Is it the influence of ex-Pilz employee Thomas Walach, who considers himself youthful, lively and funny? On December 3rd, SPÖ Austria provocatively posted another violent video in the middle of the scandal surrounding Vienna’s violent vaccine injection. A man dressed as a panda bear attacks an employee and destroys his work equipment. The constant depiction of violence may be considered “revolutionary” in the SPÖ – actually this should be a “no-go” in a civilized nation.
A comment by Willi Huber
A few years ago, there was rightly an outcry against a computer game that glorified violence and was being propagated by the Liberals. At the time, this was directed against Mohammedan temples in Austria. The request was correct, the implementation was definitely open to discussion. Because targeting other groups of people and proposing violence as a solution to the problem has historically never brought anything good.
Currently, the red comrades seem to think they are on the path of Che Guevara. This mass murderer, who used extreme violence against anyone who disagreed with him, is still glorified by socialists and their followers to this day. They often deny the need for a civilized distance from violence as a means of expression.
The accumulation of violence among the socialists is worrying. One can assume that the party, which is sinking more and more into irrelevance throughout Austria, will radicalize itself in its filthy sparkling wine cellar bars. Especially since the former “Zack Zack” editor-in-chief Thomas Walach has been allowed to switch and rule with the comrades as head of the digital federal communication team, the statements have become more drastic, the more democratic representations clearer. One is reminded of Rudi Fussi, who just as often resorted to drastic depictions. At the time, for example, he called for peaceful activists to be shot from a balcony with an anti-tank weapon.
The current “press work” of the SPÖ does not yet have this questionable quality, but the best way to get there is as “Boosta the syringe” made clear, who does not even shy away from violence against women with a migration background. This campaign cannot be attributed to the federal SPÖ, but the SPÖ Vienna is known to set the tone both there and in the city of Vienna.
Now the socialists have posted a completely absurd video on Twitter. A man dressed as a bear attacks an office worker with great aggression. We know well enough that the comrades of the post-Kreisky era did not think much of regular work. It is enough for them to be born and to demand the money of others. This is the line that you hit with postings like this one. Many Twitter users are rightly appalled. The background to the video is probably the current dispute with the ÖVP as to whether the traditional “Grüß Gott” can be used to greet people in Austria. The godless comrades prefer “Guten Tag” and are apparently prepared to represent this opinion by using violence against those who think differently.
Some feedback on Twitter
It’s time for #Dosko to take over. It’s unbearable!
• 𝐇𝐄𝐈𝐍𝐙 ™ •
Just go out into the fresh air and spray each other with the garden hose, you clowns. Maybe that will clear your heads, but I don’t have much hope of success there…
Joseph Black II.
What’s the matter with you guys?
Do you really still think that’s funny?
Who else should you choose?
Primitive and insubstantial.
If one can assume that Walach was responsible for the tweet or even wrote it because of his position in the SPÖ, the strategy is clear. The 39-year-old sees himself as a young professional and believes he can somehow transform the party into a “hip”, completely arbitrary party event. You give him a free hand. That this is a futile labor of love with staff like Rendi Wagner is obvious – because she is as spontaneous, imaginative and critical of the system as a stone. Although I would personally choose the stone if there is a vote.